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Bianca Everdene
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Registered On: April 11, 2017
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Hi Diana

Thanks for sharing.

Yes yes yes.

I feel it is more to do with breaking down barriers within our male psyche. From a very young age most boys are ‘conditioned’ by male role models, the schoolyard, media, TV& film, sports etc, to be seen to like certain things and dislike others. Taught consciously and sometimes subconsciously to be  a man.

The Bianca in me only came out to play after my divorce, when for the first time in my life I realised I was able to be who I wanted to be, not who I was supposed to be. And yes discovered I love fashion, chic flicks, silk, satin, lace, Disco and modern pop music etc etc etc. I felt that half of me which had been buried all my life was finally blossoming, and I love it.

The divorce was nothing to do with cross dressing, I never started until after the divorce. Please do not take this to mean you should, you are very lucky to have an accepting wife.

I know I am heterosexual in my 50s now. Resigned to the fact I will probably never meet a woman accepting of the Bianca in me because it is still such a big ‘issue’ for most females. But I do not know if I would be able to bury this part of me again, it has brought me so much joy, and at the end of the day do not think I am doing anything wrong.

Do you think women had the same problems when they started wearing ‘mens’ clothes, pants, pyjamas, biker jackets, suits etc.

❤️B

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